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1,723 Possible Causes for Ab, Cheese, blue

  • Angiomatosis

    To the authors' knowledge, this is the first canine case of multi-system progressive angiomatosis resembling blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome in humans. 2013 British Small[] A clinical diagnosis of erythema ab igne (EAI) was made.[] (a) Anteroposterior and (b) lateral radiographs of the tibia and fibula with the characteristic ‘swiss cheese’ appearance of the affected bones Reproduced from Clayer M, Skeletal[]

  • Brucella Abortus

    Two B. melitensis biovar 1 genotype 47 isolates, belonging to the 'Americas' group, were recovered; both were from the Himalayan blue sheep (Pseudois nayaur, a wild animal[] LACTELISA Brucella Ab Mono Indirect Sample Type : Milk Test Time : Long (overnight) or short incubation protocol (less than 3 hours) The LACTELISA Brucella Ab Mono Indirect[] […] survival of Brucella abortus in this type of cheese.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) and toluidine blue O staining were also performed. Serum levels of E2, ALP and testosterone were examined.[] Interestingly Scl-Ab also inhibited bone resorption.[] Diet and nutrition Calcium The best sources of calcium are: dairy products such as milk, cheese and yogurt (low-fat ones are best) calcium-enriched types of milk made from[]

  • Postpartum Depression

    This neurobiological process triggers the baby blues.[] The longitudinal pattern of self-reported postpartum depression in the TPO-ab positive group was similar to the typical course of postpartum TPO-ab titers changes.[] Half an avocado on rye toast A thumb sized piece of cheese with an apple Either of the honeys spread thinly on 3 rice cakes with some nut butter or tahini Ask another friend[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Overdose Signs of overdose may be: seizures, difficulty urination problems, weakness, or combination of blue lips and pale skin.[] J Urol. 2003;169(5):1804-8. 240 Horowitz M, Gershbein AB, Glassberg KI.[] Urinary tract infections may also be caused by cheese skippers, which are larvae of the cheese fly used in the production of some well-aged cheeses.[]

  • Maxillary Sinusitis

    P. roqueforti is associated only with cheese worker's lung, a hypersensitivity pneumonitis affecting employees in blue cheese factories.[] The study also assessed whether responses to the Sino-Nasal Outcome Test-16 (SNOT-16) questionnaire [not yet validated for acute bacterial sinusitis (ABS)] accurately reflect[] Keratocyst The corresponding CT shows elevation of the maxillary bone (blue arrow).[]

  • Coal Tar

    […] confirm the relationship between exposure to coal tar pitch volatiles and bladder cancer among primary aluminum production workers, we carried out a case-control study among blue-collar[] Circulating Ab-BPDE-DNA was proposed as potential biomarker of genotoxic exposure to BaP (PAHs).[] That's exactly what you may be doing, if you let them eat any orange or yellow artificially-colored products including sodas, cheese-flavored products, flavored chips, pickles[]

  • Aortic Dissection

    Within the Blue Book, each condition is given its own section.[] Morihara R 1 , Yamashita T 1 , Deguchi K 1 , Tsunoda K 1 , Manabe Y 2 , Takahashi Y 2 , Yunoki T 1 , Sato K 1 , Nakano Y 1 , Kono S 2 , Ohta Y 1 , Hishikawa N 1 , Abe K 1[] Downward traction on this through-wire was then used as a "cheese-wire" to divide the septum longitudinally and clear it from the proximal fixation site.[]

  • Blue Sclera

    Abstract Five patients from two families had similar features including keratoglobus, blue scleras, hyperextensibility of the hand, wrist, and ankle joints, sensorineural[] Madigan WP , Wertz D , Cockerham GC , Thach AB . Retinal detachment in osteogenesis imperfecta . J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus 1994; 31 : 268–269. 3.[] Since then I've eaten a WAPF/Paleo diet(I eat cheese,yogurt,cream,butter and a little red rice) so my iron levels should be normalizing I think.[]

  • Erysipeloid

    […] site of infection and sometimes by fever and joint pain. erysipeloid [er′isip′əloid] Etymology: Gk, erhthros pella eidos, form an infection of the hands characterized by blue-red[] Erythema ab igne is caused by repeated exposure to heat which is not enough to burn the skin.[] The disease was reported from Europe as occurring after inoculation into a wound of decomposed animal matter, fish or cheese.[]